I've imported an existing eclipse project, and it can't find certain classes.
is shown as an error. why is this happening? HELP PLEASE!
on 12/31/2013 – Made popular on 12/31/2013
whenever I try to import an existing android project it is imported with the name as "Main Activity"
Hence due to this I cannot import more than 1 project as the first project that i would have imported was with the name "Main Activity", Due to this to import another project I have to delete the existing project with the name "Main Activity".
I have even tried to switch work space but the problem
I've imported a c++ project into eclipse on linux and I'm trying to use the debugger to walk through the code, but I'm having some trouble getting the project to run in debug mode.
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I normally use xcode or visual studio, I don't know the settings in Eclipse.
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